MA in Contemporary India

P1120257konf_1_June_2012_9The establishment of the MA in Contemporary India was one of the Programme "Supporting the Creation of New Contemporary Study Centers in India and in the EU" stated aims. The Centre for Contemporary India Research and Studies in the Institute of International Relations has been given the mission of elaborating and disseminating a new multi-dimensional approach to methodology for India MA and PhD studies. The CCIRS (in cooperation with the Warsaw University) is the first research centre in Central Europe to offer interdisciplinary MA courses in Contemporary India Business and Politics, combining political, socio-economic, cultural and civic dimensions.

 

 

The process of preparation of the MA programme (taught in Polish from October 2012 and in English from October 2013) consists of actions taken over the next two years and has three stages:

  • preparation of syllabi in six research teams headed by renowned professors;
  • a gradual implementation of syllabi to Asian Programme at the Institute of International Relations, UW;
  • implementation of a two-year degree programme in English in Contemporary India Business and Politics in October in 2012 in the Institute of International Relations. 

Please find the details of the courses below:

Biznes i Polityka Indii - dzienne:  Download
Biznes i Polityka Indii - zaoczne:  Download

India Business and Politics - stationary studies:  Download
India Business and Politics - extramural studies:  Download

See the academic calendar for 2012/13.

For information about studies at IIR in Polish please visit the link.


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and visit website of Institute of International Relations.

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This project is funded by European Union
eystopkaCreated with the financial support
from the Erasmus Programme

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